Midfielder Tilesha Sandbach receives the perfect tap from Breakers ruck Tess Angarane in the crushing 134-point win over Edithvale-Aspendale.

THE Bass Coast Breakers continued their unbeaten run with another big win on the road against Edithvale-Aspendale on Sunday.
The Breakers came out firing, taking advantage of the strong wind in the opening quarter with an amazing nine unanswered goals.
Starting with a tall forward line, strong marking and accurate set shot kicking, the visitors went to the first break with a solid 59-point lead.
Going against the wind in the second quarter, great handball link-up play ensured the Breakers had plenty of opportunities to score.
Bec Slavin’s strong physical presence up forward helped to create some space around goal with the visitors adding another five goals in the second term.
The second half was a much closer contest with Edithvale challenging the Breakers around the contest, with coach Steve Kenny taking the opportunity to rest some of his more experienced players.
With a strong cross-ground breeze the Breakers utilised the centre corridor well to keep the play flowing.
Chelsea Connell and Hannah Mills combined well across half back with Theresa Henderson mopping up anything that made it through to the last line of defence.
Despite spending a large portion of the game playing in the centre, Tayla Stahl-Smith finished with eight goals for the game including some crowd pleasers from the boundary.
Kelly O’Neill once again showed her versatility spending time in the ruck, roving and as a forward target being as clean on the ground as she is in the air.
A spectacular last quarter goal against the wind from Jenna Russo finished what was a great team performance in tricky conditions.
The Breakers next game is against the St Kilda Sharks at Wonthaggi Recreation Reserve at 2.30pm, Sunday, July 15.
Breakers 20.14.134 def Edithvale Aspendale 0.0.0.
Goal kickers: T Stahl-Smith 8, T Angarane 3, S Bolding 2, K O’Neill 2, J Russo 2, T Henderson, K Thomas, E Cargill 1.
Best: K O’Neill, S Bolding, H Mills, C Connell, T Stahl-Smith, J Redmond.